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It has been a while since I have posted anything so I thought I might show off my chocolate cherry shrimp & shrimplets eating some bee pollen:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYTVfd1NEKA&edit=vd

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ineke

Very cool Aquathumb good timing my chocolates are due to have babies this weekend can't wait to see them yours have made me even more impatient:encouragement:

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BlueBolts

Thanks for sharing that...always nice to see happy shrimpies.

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Aquathumb
Thanks for sharing that...always nice to see happy shrimpies.

The adults in that tank are the ones I got from you. They are going very well. I have had 2 spawns from them so far and have 2 berried girls at the moment! :triumphant:

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Aquathumb
Very cool Aquathumb good timing my chocolates are due to have babies this weekend can't wait to see them yours have made me even more impatient:encouragement:

Thats great! no matter how many times my shrimp breed I still get excited when they hatch!

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ineke

Don't you think the babies have a certain " presence" the way they sit with their little chests all puffed out. King of all they see you just have to love the little things:encouragement:

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Squiggle

Awesome work dude, they look very cool indeed :victorious:

Thats great! no matter how many times my shrimp breed I still get excited when they hatch!
Me too dude, love seeing shrimplets :encouragement:

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Neo-shrimp

Nice chocs Aquathumb...Thanks for sharing video :encouragement:

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Gbang

Freaking sweet man!!!! ;)

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samwise

Nice shrimp..

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